Type Chess Set

Hey type nerds! In the comments section, please list the reasons why this “type chess set” offends and/or delights you:



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8 Responses to “Type Chess Set”

  1. James says:

    No vowels. Totally disgusted.

  2. Ariell says:

    If they used castle instead of knight, there could be more capitals

  3. kvh says:

    WELL – It’s not printers type, so that’s ok. However, they’re using an ornaments typecase, which is incredibly useful, but I’ll let it slide.

  4. phu says:

    for starters, the pieces are right-reading. then, the fitted squares don’t allow you to do the fun diagonal slidey thing that bishops do. and I think there should be better design differentiation between k for knight and K for King.

    *pushes glasses up nose*

  5. jason says:

    I think the small ‘k’ works well for knights because they’re just wannabe Kings anyway!

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  7. Daniel says:

    Well, they should have used N for knight. That’s what it is in chess notation, to differentiate between the Knight and King.

  8. Isis says:

    In brazilian portuguese the “Knight” is the “Tower”. =)